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ahead of next woke's earnings. should you be concerned? dan nathan will have the answers. and well liked, facebook shares have surged 17% in 2013, and do you see more upside? scott nations gets social. the action begins right now. >>> from the heart of new york times square, i'm melissa lee, these are the traders. and the rally is showing signs of fatigue with the financials ahead of the earnings. with the vix at five-year lows and stocks at five-year highs, is this the calm before the storm? we will get into the money and find out. dan, the question is here as we do look at the five-year highs, do we look like we are setting up for a fall? >> we could. here is the thing that we got through some events that had not a whole heck of a lot to do with the corporate earnings and that is one of the big factors to drive the stock prices, and we had a great rally out of the gates. the s&p is up, and the vix is melting, and when we look at the future curve, it is bid up, and when you look at march, it is 17.5 or so, so it is implying we will get the bigger moves going forward especially as we get
turn mr. ron claiborne for that. >> good morning, dan and bianna. we'll begin with the frightening scene in a movie theater in san diego. another shooting just six months after the tragedy in colorado but this time it was the police doing the shooting. >>> i heard two shots, and i went to the floor. >> reporter: the audience at this san diego movie theater were there to see "les miserables" but instead, an intense real-life standoff played out before their eyes. >> we all got on the floor and then started heading for the exits. >> reporter: the dramatic ordeal began at 2:10 in the afternoon at a nearby marie callender's restaurant. a man with a history of domestic violence attempted to abduct his girlfriend at gunpoint. she escaped. and called the police and then the hunt began. >> he was armed with what is described as a handgun. >> reporter: 20 minutes later half a mile away a matinee for "les mis" was set to begin and the gunman managed to slip into the audience hiding among unknowing filmgoers in plain sight, but with the entire shopping complex on lockdown, the projector stopp
brown, much like dan does and with her answer to a question about gun control. one of those judges was our own sam champion. >> what are you looking for? >> he asked for that question. >> yes. >> that's why she won. >> that was sam. >> i think she won because she stole my tap-dance. >> that too, that too. >>> thank you, ron. >>> to the upside down weather going on from coast to coast. weather springlike weather in the east and arctic blast in the west. >> didn't even need a jacket so what's going on? our meteorologist and birthday girl, i can say that on air, happy birthday ginger. >> thank you very much. >> tracking it all. >> yes, i'm tracking it. straight to that. forget about the birthday for now, new york and washington, d.c. are going to be warmer today than los angeles and phoenix. things are flip-flopped and in the middle misery. temperatures transposed. record heat in the east, yes, that's tennis in wisconsin in january. >> it is really heavy. >> reporter: and in southern california, heavy snow plus wind so strong it slammed this tree right on to this guy's car. >> what ca
along with dan, very fans peace activist. he talked a little bit about how that came together and what happened? >> it was the result of another very well known peace activist at the time. call howard and said that fit the north vietnamese leaders had alerted he in the league in that they were willing to release three american pilots who had been captured but wanted to release them into the hands of peace initiatives, and not enter prison this from the u.s. hear the. and so hard was asked to go with them very in tune errors said, when. he said, tomorrow morning. he left the next morning. there was a little bit of conflict over how the pows were being released in regard to get back to the united states. >> it had been howards' understanding that the released pilots would come home fire commercial planes, and the u.s. government insisted on using government planes which outraged not only howard and dan, also the war resisters league and everyone who had been involved in that operation. >> and when he got back there was a lot of criticism for this trip. many people seemed to think that he
york son ilegales. >>> y alrededor de mil personas se dan cita para cazar pitones en la florida. >>> este domingo en al punto, la asambleista maría corina machado dice que en venezuela hay un gobierno usurpador. >>> no hay presidente en este momento en venezuela. >>> los chavistas dicen que chávez sigue siendo presidente. >>e> n venezuela la democracia ha funcionado. >>> por qué el ex presidente felipe calderón no tiene que dar clases en harvard. >>> no me opongo a la política de combate a drogas, sino el disrepeto a los derechos humanos. >>> tenemos que tener una reforma migratoria para que la gente se pueda quedar aquí. >>> y la colombiana que le ganó a los agentes del servicio secreto de estados unidos. >>> les dije que si me iba con ellos, me tenían que dar un regalo. >> test ♪. >>> un ex pandillero decidió darle un giro a su vida y ahora da ejemplo para que los adolescentes no entren en las filas del crimen organizado. >>> le apuñalaron a mi amigo le pegaron con un machete. >>> en inglés lucky significa suerte, y para luis el nombre de este callejón no podía
, mistake-free play. dan: they overcame two kick returns for touchdowns, that is hard to overcome, especially on the road. joe flacco making big plays down the field. shannon: this game was officiated very tightly. how will the game be called tomorrow moving forward? we know the seahawks like to get in people's face. james: there is college basketball coming your way tomorrow 1:30 eastern. number two michigan, the only undefeated team remaining takes on 15th ranked ohio state. we will be back on the air at 4:00 eastern on the "the nfl today." we will get you set for the final divisional playoff game of the weekend, the houston texans against the new england patriots. and a reminder stay tuned next on cbs it is criminal minds, followed by an all-new episode of 48 hours mystery tonight right here on cbs. bill: what a start j.b. james: no question about it. anything else you have to add? boomer: peyton manning won't get a good night's sleep tonight. bill: don't leave your living room. shannon: what a wonderful start. james: we will see you tomor
. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university. thanks to all of you for being here. >> thank you. >> i want to start with you in part because i tell this story, a story that i think has been lost even though it's recent history. i worry as we enter into the new conversation about guns and the possibility of getting common sense gun legislation that we will miss this has not always been a partisan issue and hasn't been id logically marketed. what do we learn from this history? >> history is long standing. it goes back far beyond the black panthers. during the fugitive slave law resistan resistance, frederick douglas resisted slave catchers. we see it moving up through the 1960s. your point about the black panthers is interesting. it's a stage where in my scholarship i have described at the dichotomy. the leadership and grass roots made a distinction. they thought it was a crucial resource for black folks. up to the point of the radical resistance of the black panthers, that dichotomy was vividly upheld. the panthers sullied that process. the book i'm working on
'm not kidding. dan simon has been on gadget overload at the consumer electronic show in las vegas and here are some of the coolest things he's found. >> first up, the watersafe iphone. liquapel has a special coating that makes any phone or tablet immune to the hazards of h20. this is from brookstone and a pillow that has speakers inside. the selling point is, if you're listening to the tv, watching whatever show or movie, you can listen to it without disturbing the person lying next to you. >> it will be a terrific father's day gift. >> reporter: the hapifork which could save you a few pounds. the electronic utensil lets you know if you're eating too fast. if you're eatingest to if a, it will buzz or light up and tell you to slow down. >> a gentle vibration. >> reporter: at $99, the world's first smart fork. next, ultrahd tv. the headliner at this year's consumer electronic show. >> four times the resolution of a traditional hdtv. which means you have a bigger tv in your room and you can sit closer to that room and that tv will be much, much clearer. >> reporter: they are, in fact, stunnin
to make this an issue. he voted for closing the gun show loophole and he's in the house. we need dan coates back in the senate from indiana. if we can get a few of those republicans to stand up and say, hey, this isn't taking your guns away. this isn't a second amendment issue. this is a public safety issue, a law and order issue that will help our communities, then i think we can get it done. >> will you get any votes in the south? any votes in the south, any votes in the rocky mountain states, any votes out there in conservative country, utah, montana, idaho? >> yeah. we can get some in the rocky mountain states, can get some of the folks in colorado. we can get bennett, we can get udall perhaps. those are folks that in the past have been supportive. the one i would really like to see is mark begich out of alaska. he hasn't talked about this since being in the senate but those people because of what they have done in the past might be responsive now. >> nra president david keane said the congress would not back the gun ban. >> we have a profound disagreement on this administration
] [applause] >> could we please have a bill harris, dan bowen and kyle keel. >> i see ernie carpenter. i know you called him. >> and bill harris, dan bowen, kyle keel. >> no. signs. -- no signs. no signs. >> thank you. i would like to add my applause see you having this hearing. i am here tonight as the first vice-president of the national association for the enhancement of colored people. national resolution on this issue is for your perusal. is the second comment cause of death between 22-24 year olds in the primary death of african-americans of that age group. more americans have been killed by guns in their own country and all the united states military personnel and all the wars at the same time in the entire world. african-americans and latinos are being murdered in harm's at significantly higher rates than the rest of our society. we cannot go into all these reasons. it should be noted that no other developed country allows the ease of access to guns possible in of the united states. above the naacp has adopted the following to policies. >> why don't you give them to me? >> ok. it is m
governor dan malloy in connecticut. >> in the midst of one of the worst days in our history, we also saw the best of our state, teachers and a therapist that sacrificed their lives protecting students. and when it comes to preventing future acts of violence in our schools, let me say this, more guns are not the answer. >> peggy noonan, newtown happened one month ago tomorrow. we're going to see and hear from vice president biden on tuesday. but we've been talking about this the last few weeks on the program. every time i talk to a group of senators, it does seem that there is not a lot of sharing of the president's sense of urgency on this issue. >> on capitol hill, you mean? well, look, guns are a very tough topic in america. i do think that if the vice president comes forward with some -- with his report on tuesday that looks at the whole violence problem in a way that includes guns and extended magazines and such, but also how we deal with the mentally ill in america and what to do if you have a 17-year-old kid who appears to be unstable, unviolent, there's a cultural angle to this, a
dan fifer is in front of her. you have the white house council and the deputy chief of staff but who is leaving. is there a problem with the president not pursuing more women in his cabinet? are you troubled by that? >> to me this almost seems swift voting. taking a person's strength and trying to create a weakness out of it. the president has about 50% of white house staff as women. if you look at his appointments to the court we have three women on the supreme court, two of them appointed by the president. >> big cabinet jobs, white men. >> the cabinett is not fully fleshed out. >> the big ones. >> please don't diminish cabinet level positions as some as big. for a domestic policy guy many cabinet positions are very important. one thing is that is disengenious to show the picture when 50% of the staff in the white house is women. this is a president who has expanded health care opportunities for women and stood up on his first legislation. if you look at his policies and practices he is changing the focus on the country. >> i think a lot of women would disagree this is swift voting
not visible there because dan fiver is standing in front of her. the white house released a counterpicture that pointed out that you had kathy remler, is there a problem with the president not pursuing more diversity, more women in his cabinet? are you troubled by that? >> to me this almost seems swift voting, you look at the data and numbers, taking a person's strength and trying to create a weakness out of it. the ht has about -- the president has about 50% of white house staff are women. which is twice a percentage that bush had and significantly more than clinton h appointments to the court, three women on the supreme court, two appointed by the president. >> big cabinet jobs, white men. >> the cabinet is not fully fleshed out now. >> big jobs. >> please don't diminish cabinet-level position as certain ones big, certain ones not. for domestic policy guy with the city every day, things -- many cabinet positions are very important. but let's just focus in on two things. one that is very disingenuous to show that picture when 50% of the staff in the white house is women. number two to me,
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